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Tuesday, 17 April 2018



Learning contents, illustrations and text presentations are developed considering the developmental stage of pupils, which emphasize mainly on the conceptual development rather than rote learning. Inquiring of pupils prior knowledge and experience are tried to address in the lesson, Grade appropriate simple texts and child friendly description. Clear titles, subtitles, and large number of illustrations and photographs. Abstract things of science and portrayed with pictures/photographs as well as proper description. Introduction of characters and symbols to make lesson easy to understand & attractive for the children. New scientific terminologies used in each chapter are highlighted with colored and bold letters. Addition of glossary at the end of the textbook.


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Title : Science (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Five
Total Page : 107
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 12 MB
Published: 2018 





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Title : Buddhist Religion and Moral Education (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Five
Total Page : 113
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 13 MB
Published: 2018 


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Title : Islam and Moral Education(English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Five
Total Page : 149
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 12 MB
Published: 2018 






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The content is divider into 12 chapters, grouped into themes of society. individual behavior, geography, history and culture. The curriculum for Bangladesh and Global Studies specifies Attainable competences per chapter. determining purpose of study of each chapter, and these are elaborated in the teacher's edition.

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Title : Bangladesh and Global Studies (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Five
Total Page : 109
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 10 MB
Published: 2018 




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Title : Mathematics (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Five
Total Page : 165
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 11 MB
Published: 2018 

                    

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Contents: 


  1. Multiplication
  2. Division
  3. Problems Involving Four Rules 
  4. Mathematical Symbols 
  5. Multiples and Factors 
  6. Fractions
  7. Decimal Fractions
  8. Average
  9. Percentage
  10. Geometry
  11. Measurement
  12. Time
  13. Data Arrangement
  14. Calculator and Computer
  15. Answer



Monday, 16 April 2018





This textbook, Bangladesh and Global Studies, is intended to each children about the world around them. Its contribution to the curriculum represents a combination of values, knowledge and skills: 

  • its values are those of the culture of Bangladesh, derived from the country's political liberation, its religion and its territory. 
  • its knowledge base combines the disciplines of geography, history and the study of society.
  • it includes the skills of inquiry and research, organizing information, and objective analysis of social behavior and physical conditions.

Pupils are now familiar with the layout of the textbooks for this subject. But their reading skills are still not fluent, and they will need help in following the activities in the textbook. The teacher's support is therefore vital to bring the content of life. Every effort has been made to make the text and activities engaging, appropriate and accessible to year 4 pupils vocabulary in this subject.


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Title : Bangladesh and Global Studies (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Four
Total Page : 97
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 11 MB
Published: 2018 




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About: 

Title : Islam and Moral Education(English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Four
Total Page : 101
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 7 MB
Published: 2018 




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About: 

Title : Buddhist Religion and Moral Education (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Four
Total Page : 105
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 25 MB
Published: 2018 


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Title : Christian Religion and Moral Education (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Four
Total Page : 93
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 34 MB
Published: 2018 






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Title : Hindu Religion and Moral Education (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Four
Total Page : 69
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 8 MB
Published: 2018 




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Title : Mathematics (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Four
Total Page : 170
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 19 MB
Published: 2018 



Contents: 


  • Large numbers and place value
  • Addition and Subtraction
  • Multiplication 
  • Division 
  • Problems related to four Basic Operations
  • Mathematical symbols
  • Multiples and Factors
  • Fractions
  • Decimals 
  • Meausrement
  • TIme
  • Collection and Arrangement of Data
  • Lines and Angles
  • Triangle


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The necessity of learning religion and moral education is becoming wider everyday. It is utmost necessary at primary level. Because, at this age, a child's religious and moral base is strongly developed. Keeping this in mind, the section of moral teachings has been added in the Hindu Religion and Moral Education in the light of National Education policy 2010. The objective behind this is to lay special importance on imbibing moral qualities by the learners along with imparting them lessons of religious lessons.

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Title : Hindu Religion and Moral Education (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Three
Total Page : 65
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 8 MB
Published: 2018 




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The necessity of learning religion and moral education is becoming wider everyday. It is utmost necessary at primary level. Because, at this age, a child's religious and moral base is strongly developed. Keeping this in mind, the section of moral teachings has been added in the christian religion and moral education book. the text book has been developed strongly focusing on Christian Religion and morality so that our students can learn the difference between good and evil doing, avoid the evil and accept the good and build up themselves as a person of character and strong personality. So that they can be able to know and love God, the creations of God and nature according to their own characteristics.

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Title : Christian Religion and Moral Education (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Three
Total Page : 77
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 20 MB
Published: 2018 




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The necessity of learning religion and moral education is becoming wider everyday. It is utmost necessary at primary level. Because, at this age, a child's religious and moral base is strongly developed. Keeping this in mind, the section of moral teachings of the Buddha's Doctrine-morality or moral characteristics have been emphasized int this textbook. It is our earnest expectation that the learners would come forward to develop family, society and their dear motherland Bangladesh being saturated with human virtues and values. Especially, the noble life of the Buddha, Moral education or precepts, places of pilgrimage, parables of Jatakas instructive information and lesson wise portraits will attract children mostly.


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Title : Buddhist Religion and Moral Education (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Three
Total Page : 80
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 19 MB
Published: 2018 




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The aim of primary education is to flourish a child physically, mentally, socially, spiritually and humanely in full fledged. To reach this goal, building firm faith in the Almighty Allah is one of the general objectives which are to be achieved by primary education. Because, this faith acts as the source of inspiration for thoughts and activities of the learners and awaken their intellectual, social and moral values so that they can be able to live with the people of all religions. This textbook has been developed consciously indicating learning outcomes, subject matter and planned work of primary education level of Islam and Moral Education.


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Title : Islam and Moral Education(English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Three
Total Page : 83
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 13 MB
Published: 2018 


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Sunday, 15 April 2018




Children have different objects around them. Every moment various events are taking place in nature. Rainbow in the sky, trees, birds, flowers, the morning sun, the star studded night sky-all are of profound joy and endless amazement. This feeling of joy by a learner awakens in him/her the curiosity and inquisitiveness to ask questions on different objects and events he/she observes. The revised curriculum has due importance to the realization that the aim of science education is to develop the scientific attitude among the learners. In fact, there is no joy in memorizing some dull and unrelated information. Information changes with new discoveries and inventions. Two fundamental streams are very important in science education. One is the acquisition of knowledge and the other is raising questions, experimentation observation and participation through testing of information and theories. These two streams are complementary to each other. Another objective of the revised curriculum is to maintain consistency among different branches of science as well as between science and technology.

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Title : Science (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Three
Total Page : 86
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 55 MB
Published: 2018 




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The content of the textbooks for Bangladesh and Global Studies is totally relevant to today's children in Bangladesh, including topics on; society and environment in Bangladesh; tradition and culture; the history of the war of liberation; basic needs, children's rights, duties and responsibilities; the sense of cooperation and compassion respectful to the culture and occupations of others; proper use and maintenance of resources; disaster management; population and human resources;. To be mentioned the biography of the father of the nation, the true history and information of the war of Liberation have been depicted correctly.

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Title : Bangladesh and Global Studies (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Three
Total Page : 85
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 11 MB
Published: 2018 




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Title : Mathematics (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Three
Total Page : 122
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 19 MB
Published: 2018 




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Title : Mathematics (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Two
Total Page : 106
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 15 MB
Published: 2018 


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The subject mathematics is abstract one. For easy presentation of the complex terms, there are so many explanations, pictures and examples have been introduced. To create interest and so for easy learning of the students ""Do yourself with examples" are incorporated here. To evaluate acquired learning outcomes, sufficient exercises have been rearranged by following manner Easy to Hard to keep students enthusiastic in the learning strategy.

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Title : Mathematics (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : One
Total Page : 106
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 15 MB
Published: 2018 


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Title : Science (English Version) 
Author : NCTB
Class : Six 
Total Page : 158
File Format : Pdf
File Size : 16 MB
Published: 2018 

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Saturday, 7 April 2018




United International University is a private university approved by the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and University Grants Commission (UGC) and the government of Bangladesh approved the establishment of United International University in 2003 under the Private University Act (PUA) of 1992 (now replaced by PUA 2010). United International University is established with the generous support and patronage of the United Group, a very successful conglomerate operating in diverse business areas in Bangladesh. The University has permanent campuses in Dhaka United City, Madani Avenue, Satarkul, Badda, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh.The UIU main Campus is built with the purpose of imparting education in a befitting infrastructure and congenial environment. Containing about 1,00,000 sq. ft. floor space, the campus has 12 floors with two basements. With this capacity, UIU accommodates state-of-the-art IT and Computer Labs, Language Lab, different Engineering Labs and other essential facilities.

A plot of 25-bigha land, located at the “United City” at Satarkul (2.5 km Embassy of the United States, Dhaka , has been purchased from Neptune Land Development Ltd. where the permanent campus of UIU is being built up in a comprehensive manner.


Scholarship: 

Every Trimester 20% students get 25%-100% tuition fee waiver based on previous results and trimester results. UIU paid about 10 crore 86 lakh 18 thousand 922 taka as scholarship in 2016 alone, one of the highest among the private university. If you are a committed student, take the challenge and build your future with UIU.


Departments: 


◘ School of Business and Economics 
→ Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

→ Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Accounting & Information Systems (AIS)

→ Bachelor of Science (BS) in Economics

→ Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Regular and Executive)

→ Master of Science (MS) in Economics
→ Master in Development Studies (MDS)

→ PGDHRM (Post Graduate Diploma in HRM)



◘ School of Science & Engineering

→ Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE)

→ Department of Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)

→ Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (ETE)

→ Department of Computer & Telecommunication Engineering (CTE)

→ Master of Science in Computer Science and Engineering

→ Master of Science in Communication Engineering (MSCE)



Admission Eligibility:


UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


The minimum qualification for admission into an undergraduate program is:

→ A minimum GPA of 2.5/2nd division/equivalent grade in SSC and HSC or equivalent public examinations. Students with GPA 2.00 in any examination either SSC or HSC, however, must have a minimum GPA of 6.00 totalling the GPA of both the examinations.

→ O-level students must have completed a minimum of 5 subjects with Average Grade Point of 2.50 or above and A-level students a minimum of 2 subjects with Average Grade Point of 2.00 or above (scale A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1)

→ A GED candidate before May 1, 2017 would be eligible to get admission to any undergraduate program if he/she scores a minimum number of 410 out of 800 in all (5) GED courses separately and 450 on an average. From May 1, 2017 a GED candidate shall have to sit for 4 subjects. The pass mark is 145 out of 200 in each subject and on an average 580 marks out of 800.

→ For admission to BSEEE/CSE programs, students must have had Physics and Mathematics in HSC/A-Level or equivalent level.

→ The students, who are sons/daughters of freedom fighters, will be eligible for getting admission if they have a minimum GPA of 5.00 totalling the GPA of SSC and HSC Examinations. Such students, however, have to submit the copy of authenticated Certificate as the proof of his/her father/mother’s identity as a freedom fighter.

→ Acceptable score in UIU Admission Test.

→ Admission Test is not required for GPA 5.00 holders in H.S.C/equivalent level of exams for getting admission to an undergraduate program.



GRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


The minimum qualification for admission into a graduate program is:

→ A relevant undergraduate degree from a recognized university with a GPA of 2.00 or above in a scale of 4.0

→ A relevant Bachelor Degree with at least second divisions/classes in all previous exams.

→ Students completing undergraduate programs from UIU having a minimum CGPA of 2.00 will be eligible to get admission to any graduate programs without appearing at the Admission Test.

→ Different departments may have some additional requirements.

→ Some students may be required to complete some additional preparatory courses at UIU before they start their Master’s programs.



Tuition Fee Structure: 


Name of Programs Credits Per Credit Fee Trimester Fee Admission Fee Total Fee (Taka)
BBA 123 5000 5000 15000 6,90,000
BBA In AIS 123 5000 5000 15000 6,90,000
BSECO 120 3700 5000 15000 5,19,000
BSCSE 138 5000 5000 15000 7,65,000
BSEEE 146.5 5000 5000 15000 8,07,500


Admission Test Syllabus: 


School of Business & Economics: A one-hour & Twenty minutes (Approx.) admission test consisting of essay and multiple choice questions in English (Grammar, Reading Comprehension), SAT1/SSC syllabus based Mathematics (Quantitative, Arithmetic, Elementary Algebra, Commonly known concepts of Geometry), short Essay writing. 



School of Science & Engineering: A two-hour admission test (Approx.) consisting of essay or paragraph and multiple choice questions in English (Grammar, Reading, Comprehension), HSC syllabus based Mathematics &Physics. 



*** Admission Test is not required for GPA 5.00 holders in HSC/Equivalent Exams. 




Application System: Applicants can apply through online. Click here for Online Application Form. For Online Application Instruction.



For Get More Information About UIU Click On This Link.



The UNIX system was first described in a 1974 paper in the communications of the ACM by Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie. Since that time, it has become increasingly widespread and popular throughout the computer industry where more and more vendors are offering support for it on their machines. It is especially popular in universities where it is frequently used for operating systems research and case studies.

The book is not a line by line rendition of the system written in English; It is a description of the general flow of the various algorithms, and most important a description of how they interact with each other. Algorithms are presented in C like pseudo code to aid the reader in understanding the natural language description and their names correspond to the procedure names in the kernal. Figures depict the relationship between various data structure as the system manipulates them. In later chapters. small C Programs illustrate many system concepts as they manifest themselves to users. In the interests of space and clarity, these examples do not usually check for error conditions, something that should always be done when writing programs. I have run them on System V, They should run on other versions of the system, too. 

Many exercises originally prepared for the course have been included at the end of each chapter, and they are a key part of the book. Some exercises are straightforward, designed to illustrate concepts brought out in the text. Others are more difficult, designed to help the reader understand the system at a deeper level. Finally, some are exploratory in nature, designed for investigation as a research problem. Difficult exercises are marked with asterisks.


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Title: The Design of Unix Operating System 
Author: Maurice J. Bach 
Format: PDF
Total Page: 485
File size: 11 MB

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